"Bad, But Not Evil" (1973/Columbia Records)
1 Biographical Movie |
1 Print Biography |
1 Interview |
2 Pictorials |
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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When I was traveling (as a minister), I'd see someone who wanted to get saved in one of my meetings, and he was so open and bubbly in his desire to get the Holy Ghost. It was wonderful and very fresh, but four years later I'd return and that person might be a hard-nosed intolerant Christian because he had Christ. That's when the danger comes in. People want an experience. They want to feel good, ...
Since childhood, he studied a number of musical instruments - drums, saxophone, organ, guitar, accordion and piano. Before hitting the road to film Marjoe
(1972), he had a rock band in L.A. - and, on the strength of the movie's success and his musical ability, he recorded a solo album for RCA Records in 1973. Its title was Marjoe's description of himself: "Bad, But Not Evil".